I am a former skeptic who is now an Abraham-Hicks fan, after listening to "Ask and It Is Given". I highly recommend you give it a try. This is a good one to listen to on the hammock or while fishing - I used my trampoline for a hammock, and did it in an aftrnoon.
A friend of mine recommended I view one of the Abraham clips on the web, then buy an audiobook - I didn't really think it worth my time, but I looked anyway. Still not sure, but I immediately got "Ask and It is Given", and I'm glad I didn't dismiss it. It was that thump on the forehead that I needed.
You don't have to believe Ms. Hicks is channeling higher consciousness, or that the collective "Abraham" is real. Just suspend disbelief and listen to what 'they' have to say, anyway. What you hear is plain spoken, down-to-earth wisdom delivered with humor and authority - wherever it's coming from.
A friend referred me to Abraham-Hicks a couple of months ago, and sent me to the website. I watched, but wasn't sold. I decided to give it another try and listened to "Ask and It Is Given" which is part I to this part II (see my review of the first part).
After that, I couldn't WAIT to get "The Processes", and this does not disappoint. What you are asked to do to integrate the teachings into your life isn't difficult nor does it demand too much, and it DOES help you find a way back to your happy place. Give it a try and see if it doesn't help.
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